BMW India is partner of India Art Fair. Now in a fifth year, a partnership outlines a new, year-round collaboration.

New Delhi. BMW Group India is gratified to announce the
partnership with a arriving 13th book of India Art Fair, the
heading height to learn complicated and contemporary art from South
Asia, using from 3 to 6 Feb 2022 during NSIC Exhibition Grounds,
New Delhi. Now in a fifth uninterrupted year, a partnership outlines a
new, year-round partnership celebrating a region’s artists and
energetic humanities stage by a array of dedicated initiatives and commissions.

The partnership focuses on flourishing India Art Fair’s digital presence
and audiences for a humanities by new online editorial including
BMW Artist Films, comprising studio visits and
interviews; an stretched IAF Parallel programme
highlighting events and exhibitions by South Asia’s heading galleries,
museums and swap humanities spaces; and a BMW Art Talk
that will gleam a light on an critical artist moving change today.

With an ongoing aspiration to encourage a suggestion of partnership and
creativity, India Art Fair introduces this year’s Artists in
programme featuring a clever choice of talks and
live participatory workshops. Artists holding partial embody Indian
photographer, opening and feminist artist Indu
(Bangalore); new Inlaks Fine Art Awardee, textile
artist and sculptor Gurjeet Singh (Chandigarh);
multidisciplinary artist Arpita Akhanda
(Santiniketan) whose works residence domestic concerns for tellurian rights
and justice; and churned media artist Haroun Hayward
(London) whose influences embody 90s dance music, graffiti, African
and South Asian textiles and tiny portrayal traditions.

India Art Fair will also launch website repository of past fair
editions and a new noticeboard, an open inventory height for jobs,
grants and residencies for artists and humanities professionals from India
and South Asia. The initiatives reaffirm India Art Fair’s commitment
to ancillary humanities preparation and veteran development
opportunities for immature people and adults within India and internationally.

Jaya Asokan, Fair Director, India Art Fair commented,
“We are gay to continue a partnership with BMW India which,
now in a fifth year, outlines a new section for India Art Fair. As we
demeanour brazen to returning to a earthy eventuality in 2022, we are excited
to launch this new array of initiatives and year-round programmes. We
trust in a energy of art to enthuse and by these initiatives,
find to champion a some-more inclusive, artistic and tolerable universe for
artists and art lovers.”

Vikram Pawah, President, BMW Group India commented,
“For over 50 years, several tellurian informative initiatives have been an
constituent partial of BMW Group’s amicable sustainability. Taking this
joining forward, BMW India has valued and nurtured cultural
engagements and co-operations with heading art platforms in the
country. Our solve to strengthen intercultural platforms of
creativity in a fields of art, music, design, and architecture
stays undeterred. The universe around us is transforming amidst
severe times and art serves as a consistent source of creative
impulse and hope. BMW India is gay to benefaction a latest
book of a India Art Fair in a new avatar for connoisseurs of
art and automobiles.”

Exhibitor applications for a 2022 book are open. To find out
some-more about India Art Fair’s programmes and initiatives, revisit


For serve questions greatfully contact:
Prof. Dr
Thomas Girst
BMW Group Corporate and Governmental Affairs

Head of Cultural Engagement
Telephone: +49 89 382
Email: [email protected]

Abhay Dhange
BMW Group India
Press and Corporate
Telephone: +91 9910481013
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Gautami Reddy
India Art Fair
Director of Digital
Telephone: +91 9650056965
Email: [email protected]